This page consists of the best news pieces that I have written throughout my journalism career.

High School

End of an Era

Life Around Basketball

The Modern-Day Holocaust

The Pregame Show

The Free Spirits

Midterms Signal Greater Emphasis on Women, Diversity

Diversity Week At LHS

Could Pawtucket Lose Hasbro?

LHS Sets AP Record

Mbaye Diagne- A True Hero

Mr. Mac Wins Principal of the Year

Monteleone’s Number 8 Retired With Love and Gratitude


Celebrating a Newsman’s Life

Bike Path to Narragansett Town Beach Now Open for Students

Students Travel to Providence for Climate March

URI Student Senate Reports

Brookside Apartments Face Growing Pains

Brookside Opens With Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

‘Big Painting’ Exhibit Live in the Fine Arts Center

College of Business To Launch Accelerated Doctorate Program

URI To Add New LLCs Next Year

How Students Can Participate in the US Primaries: Absentee Ballots

Students Present Concerns About Furniture Sourced from Local Prisons

“The Value of Diverse Hiring” Informs URI Students

A Warm February Affects Local Watersheds

Taricani Lecture Series Continues In New Virtual Format

Diversity Dialogues Strive for Social Justice on Campus

Counseling Center Holds Virtual Sessions, Halts Future Construction

URI International Programs Face COVID-Related Challenges

URI VOTES Receives $700,000 to Study COVID-19’s Effect on Election

News You Should Know- Oct. 8, 2020

URI Course Registration Continues As Planned

Interim Director of MSCC Hopes to make a House a Home

News You Should Know- Oct. 22, 2020

Narragansett Residents to Decide Future of Town Library

Narragansett Ordinance Impacts Search for Off-Campus Housing

University Title IX Training Moves to Brightspace

URI Spends $47,290 on Unusable Trailers

Faculty Senate Approves Africana Studies Program as Official University Department

Administration ‘Pleasantly Surprised’ With Successful On-Campus Semester

Narragansett Library Looks Forward to New Town Council

URI’s Elementary Education Program Among Top in Nation Amid Pandemic

Cross-Walk Your Way Safely Across Route 138

URI Professor Develops Infection-Detecting Nanosensor Bandage

The Cigar Celebrates Fifty Years of URI Student Journalism

Narragansett Town Council Considers Allowing Four-Student Rentals

Black Lives Matter RI Roundtable Discussion Connects With Local Students and Teachers

University Corner Store Adds New Pantry, Food Items

URI to Create New Graduate Data Science Program

Tomaquag Museum to move to Kingston, Partner with University

URI Student Senate starts programs to combat period poverty; provide free menstrual products on campus

Black Lives Matter curriculum creator speaks on nation’s climate

Language programs update to virtual tutoring systems

You’ll need a Hazmat suit for this one-of-a-kind class


In Uncertain Times, Notes Coffee Co. Opens Their Doors

Woonsocket Summer Learning Initiative Receives Grant

LHS Students Speak About School’s Ongoing Construction

Hope Kept Her Going: Halima Ibrahim

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